aminopenicillins

a·mi·no·pen·i·cil·lins

(ă-mē'nō-pen-i-sil'inz),
A class of penicillinlike antibiotics that contain an amine group chemically; includes ampicillin and amoxicillin; used to treat upper respiratory infections, urinary tract infections, meningitis, and Salmonella infections.

a·mi·no·pen·i·cil·lins

(ă-mē'nō-pen-i-sil'inz)
A class of penicillinlike antibiotics that includes ampicillin and amoxicillin; used to treat upper respiratory infections, meningitis, and Salmonella infections.

aminopenicillins

antibiotics which are chemically similar to penicillin G, have some activity against gram-negative bacteria and are not susceptible to acid hydrolysis. The group includes ampicillin, amoxycillin, epicillin and bacampicillin.
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17) Quinolones (25%), macrolides (20%), and aminopenicillins (12%) were most commonly prescribed, and antibiotic prescriptions were most often written for respiratory conditions, such as bronchitis, for which we now know antibiotics are rarely indicated.
baumannii has several innate resistance mechanisms to a number of antibiotics, such as aminopenicillins, first-and second- generation cephalosporins and chloramphenicol.
Many isolates of Acinetobacter spp have developed resistance to antibiotics, including until now successful, aminopenicillins, ureidopenicillin, cefamandole and cephalothin, cephamycin, cefoxitin, most of the aminoglycosides, chloramphenicol, tetracycline, and the more recent antibiotics, such as cefotaxime, ceftazidime, imipenem, tobramycin, amikacin, and fluoroquinolones [17].
As shown by our study and some previous studies, (20,22,30) aminopenicillins, ciprofloxacin and co-trimoxazole may not be appropriate choices for empirical treatment of UTI in our setting.
0% of samples were from children who had received aminopenicillins, cotrimoxazole, chloramphenicol, or furazolidone within the 7 days preceding sample collection.
It has been reported that aminopenicillins and macrolides cause more than 90% of cases of drug-induced AGEP.
Escherichia coli infections in chickens can usually be treated with potentiated sulfonamides, aminopenicillins, colistin, tetracyclines, spectinomycin, aminoglycosides, and enrofloxacin.
stuartii is naturally resistant to aminopenicillins and narrow-spectrum cephalosporins due to a chromosomally expressed Ambler class C cephalosporinases (AmpC).
AmpC AY-lactamases are resistant to aminopenicillins carboxypenicillins ureidopenicillins cephalosporins broad as well as extended spectrum cephalosporins (cephamycin) and monobactams (aztreonam).
cancerogenus with a resistance to aminopenicillins and cefazolin.
In the outpatient setting, the most commonly prescribed penicillins belong to a group called the aminopenicillins.